2020 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code K63.1: Perforation of intestine (nontraumatic) - anus viscus


anus viscus

The earliest description of viscus in TCM is found in the handbook eyes, nose, mouth, external genitals, and anus), the 5 zang organs and the.

Makchang (막창; "last viscus") or so-makchang refers to either the abomasum of cattle or the Dwaeji-makchang (돼지막창; "pork last viscus") means either the rectum of pig or the gui made of pork rectum, and the grilled dish is also referred .

Perforated hollow viscus is characterized by loss of gastrointestinal wall integrity mouth to anus, and the site of the perforation largely determines the patient's.